I feel about florals the same way I feel about animal prints: they look best on straightforward, unfussy silhouettes, like the one on this cute sleeveless shirt.
This has a slightly psychedelic feel that I can get behind.
And this blouse is so pleasingly graphic.
A floral shirtdress with subtle western details: genius.
This red and white dress looks like the kind of piece I could kick around in all summer long.
A flouncy (but not too flouncy) yellow and black skirt that would work well right now with tights, a sweater, and boots, and later on with a simple white tee.
The color combination on this top is both appealing and unexpected.
A micro-pleated skirt that just hangs really nicely.
A pretty silk dress with a particularly gorgeous print.
I like how figure-hugging this shirtdress is on top, but that it’s more of an A-line below the waist.
This blouse looks like it came right out of my closet, circa 1979.
I’d wear this as a beach cover-up, or pair it with a slip for wearing out on the street.
This twist-front top would be perfect with higher-waisted trousers or jeans.
The blue on this dreamy top is just delightful.
And the ruching here is covertly sexy.
I really love the combination of the crocheted top and floral body of this smart little top.
Just the perfect, flirty lipstick red dress.
Floral embroidery might be too twee for me on a fussier top, but on this button-down it totally works.
Just a sweet, feminine, well-cut dress.
Usually puffy sleeves like this would be too fussy for me, but on this dress they’re kind of sculptural.
I do love a quilted jacket, and this one is a winning combination of floral and patchwork.
This dress is more retroish than I typically go for, but I think it’s really pretty.
A feminine, flattering wrap dress.